At 05:36 PM 7/7/2005, you wrote:
On Wednesday 06 July 2005 06:50 pm, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote:
> assuming you're running daemontools,
> cd /service/smtpd/env/CONCURRENCY
> echo 255 > CONCURRENCY
> svc -t /service/smtpd
CONCURRENCY is not an environment variable tcpservers afaik.
Also, /service/smtpd/env would not be read unless you have an envdir
I would suggest, rather, having the OP look at the -c flag to
tcpserver in his
startup script, rather than giving very specific (and probably not fitting
his setup) instructions :)
oops. 'my bad'. i've used the qmail-conf package for so long now, and
it has the qmail 'look and feel' so much so that it is
indistinguishable from more recent djb packages (djbdns for example).
i'd never go anywhere without it. makes life significantly easier.
but fubars everything if one forgets that it's not default qmail behaviour.